What You Need to Know About High-Risk Pregnancy
There are some complications that can cause a pregnancy to be considered high risk. Some may be related to pre-existing conditions that you had before becoming pregnant, while others may have developed during pregnancy or delivery. A high-risk pregnancy requires special precautions and additional monitoring.
Some factors that may lead to a pregnancy being considered high-risk include:
Neonatal Intensive Care Units at Baptist
You can have peace of mind knowing that your baby is in good hands at our labor and delivery centers.
Baptist Medical Center South/Wolfson Children’s Hospital features a Level II NICU with 14 beds, offering advanced care for newborns with problems expected to resolve quickly.
Babies with more critical or specialized needs can receive high-level care at Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville/Wolfson Children’s Hospital’s Level III NICU, which provides the highest level of intensive care designated in Florida. This includes comprehensive care for infants of all sizes with critical illnesses, respiratory support, sustained life support, and advanced imaging.
Our NICU units are staffed with an unparalleled team of neonatal nurses, neonatologists and maternal-fetal specialists, 24 hours a day. We provide critical care for babies with various conditions.
These include but are not limited to the following conditions: